Chocolate Protein Balls

Chocolate Protein Balls

@lyssamariefitness Boules au chocolat environ 135 calories G 7,2g F 2,4g L 9g P 8,8g 1t. de farine d'amande 2 scoop protéine au chocolat (20% avec lyssa20 sur @Vikings Nutrition) 1 c. table de cacao 1 c. table de pb2 chocolat krisda 4 c. table de lait d'amande 1. Mélanger tous les ingrédients secs 2. Ajouter le lait d'amande graduellement jusqu'à l'obtention d'une texture qui se tient. #recette #recettefacile #recettesimple #pertedepoids #pertedegras #collation #snack ♬ son original - Lyssa 🥑Perte de gras

Healthy Chocolate Protein Balls Recipe

Discover our new recipe for chocolate protein balls perfect for active people or people concerned about their diet. These pop cake style protein balls are the ideal alternative to classic recipes. In addition to being a keto friendly and gluten-free recipe, it contains only 135 calories per serving and 8.8g of protein, so you can enjoy these delicious treats without guilt, even on a strict diet.

Are chocolate protein balls suitable for an active lifestyle?

To begin with, our ingredients in our chocolate protein ball recipe have been specially chosen to provide a good protein intake. The combination of almond flour, whey protein and powdered peanut butter guarantees a complete essential amino acid profile. They therefore contribute to muscle growth and repair. Additionally, we can describe our chocolate balls as real balls of energy. It provides a more stable and sustainable source of energy than simple carbohydrates. So it is ideal for supporting an active lifestyle.

Chocolate protein balls while dieting, is it possible?

Our Chocolate Protein Balls recipe features sugar-free, zero-calorie chocolate chips. Its characteristics come from extract of Stevia leaves, a plant native to Paraguay. It therefore adds a sweet touch to our snack without the disadvantages of artificial sweeteners or refined sugar. As a result, you can satisfy your chocolate cravings without compromising your diet. Plus, since almond flour and powdered peanut butter are low in carbohydrates, it makes this recipe ideal for ketogenic diets.

HOW TO MAKE Chocolate Protein Balls



  1. In a bowl, mix all the dry ingredients
  2. Add the almond milk gradually until you obtain a texture that holds together.
  3. Make balls with the mixture.

In short, our Chocolate Protein Balls are more than just a treat! They are a smart choice for those with gluten intolerance and for those who simply want to take care of their body while enjoying themselves. Try them today and discover for yourself the perfect balance of pleasure and nutrition they offer. Your body and your taste buds will thank you.

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